Two women assaulted at Madhya Pradesh railway station for carrying beef
Activists of a Hindu radical group roughed up two Muslim women in Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday for allegedly carrying beef.
Bhopal: Activists of a Hindu radical group roughed up two Muslim women in Madhya Pradesh on Tuesday for allegedly carrying beef.
As per a report in NDTV, the women were beaten up by Hindu Dal activists at Madhya Pradesh's Mandsaur railway station.
Shockingly, the women were beaten up after they had been detained by the police.
The police had been tipped-off that the Muslim women were carrying beef. As per the report, the women were taking the beef from Jaora to sell it in Mandsaur.
A video of the incident shows a huge crowd cornering the women before verbally abusing and beating them.
The police tried to stop the crowd but were outnumbered.
Reports said 30 kilograms of meat was recovered from the women. An examination of the meat by local doctors showed it was from buffalos.
The women were later produced before a court and sent to judicial custody.
But the police have failed to take any action against the men who beat them up at the railway station.